9″ x 20.5″ x 22″
Cedar stump, ball and chain, computer keyboard, mouse, oil paint, and varnishes.
A commentary on the slavish relationship we have with our ‘devices’, and how technology is altering the way we think and relate to each other. Whatever our digital master—social media, games, entertainment, news, or just plain work—the technology we hoped would save us consumes our time, isolates us from human contact, and poisons and fragments our minds.
This piece works beautifully as a free-standing sculpture or a wall hanging, and reminds us in stark relief, to log off!